Lecturer in Digital Media Practice / Video Production

Greenwich, London (Greater) (GB)
11 Sep 2017
End of advertisement period
25 Sep 2017
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Full Time

Hourly Paid Lecturer in digital media practice / Video production 
Marketing, Events and Tourism Management
Location:  Greenwich 
Salary:  44.71 PH 
Closing Date:  Monday 25 September 2017
Reference:  3223 

The Faculty of Business are seeking to recruit a specialist with a very good academic or industry experience in the field of digital media and video production to work as an hourly paid lecturer, teaching on the undergraduate Public Relations programme. This role would be based in the department of Marketing, Events and Tourism at the University of Greenwich Old Royal Naval College site in London.

The ideal candidate will have up-to-date creative, technical, and teaching experience in digital media production, with a focus on the online environment including the following: Video production and postproduction, podcasting and photography. An appreciation of the challenges and possibilities of media practice in the promotional industry is essential.

The role: Working with the existing staff team you will lead practical workshops and seminars with groups of undergraduate students, supporting and developing their creative technical skills, and linking this media practice to the BA’s academic and theoretical demands. You will contribute to the ongoing development of the curriculum and innovation in teaching where appropriate. Experience of teaching international students would be desirable. Under the guidance of the course leader you will assist with the administration and assessment process. Successful applicants will ideally have some existing industry connections and ideas about how they can be creatively used to enhance the student experience and build the profile of the course.

We are looking for candidates who can demonstrate expertise in the fields outlined above, along with lecturing or teaching experience, ideally in higher education. Candidates must be committed to providing a high quality of student experience, and must have good organisational skills and the ability to work to deadlines.

The hourly paid lecturer rate of £44.71 includes time for preparation and marking, and staff are only paid per hour of teaching contact time with students. Appropriate induction and resources are also provided.
Interested candidates should send their CV along with a short covering letter to